It’s been a bit of a slow week thus far. So here is one of Earlyups all-time favorite clips. With two months worth of footage, the Provo Bros dropped this edit a year ago and had the ski/snowboard world glued to their computers. Drop your jaw in amazement as the Provo Bros trench there way thru Retallack.
With close to 2 feet falling here in Jackson Hole, we’re happy to be “on the board” with a couple of fun mellow pow days under our belts. By no means is it “game on” right now, but a little bit of touring and meadow skipping beats the hell out of the gym. Skiers in Tahoe, Canada, Colorado, Utah etc. are getting it as well. Here’s a little peek at how skiing is looking in the Western U.S. right now:
Let’s be honest, who isn’t ready to watch some athletes slide down the MacDaddy Venue of Revelstoke? With today’s news of the addition of two new sponsors for the tour, Audi & Marker-Volkl, what better way to celebrate than checking out the 2014 Season Trailer!
There is something about Will Wesson edit’s that are plain ole’ fun. Nothing too serious, just good skiing with some great tunes behind them. Anyways, here is a new edit from Mr. Wesson from his adventures ‘down south’.
*Note: This is a re-post from last Fall. With snow hitting the western U.S. right now, we figured it’d be a good time to get back into thinking about the snowpack. The early season snow stoke is inevitable. You’ve made it through a snow-free summer and spent your Fall going to ski movie premieres, so obviously you’re going to be psyched that it’s snowing. Just remember that this snow is likely what will form the foundation of our snowpack all winter long.
Love him or hate him, you can’t ignore the impact that Tanner Hall has had on skiing since he was what, 14 years old? At this point, no one should doubt the fact that Tanner can do “real skiing on real mountains” or that he charges pillow lines and airs like few others. Remember when people used to seriously argue that Tanner Hall couldn’t ski outside of the terrain park?
After seeing Into the Mind our reactions were mixed, but there is no denying that Sherpas Cinema is at the top end when it comes to producing beautiful cinematography. With that being said, we were curious to see what happened when Sherpas used GoPro Hero3 footage, as the GoPro is camera technology that is easily accessible to all of us. Take a look…
We’ve all skied with “this guy” before. “This guy” happens to be Dynafit’s Eric Henderson, playing the role of the guy you aren’t stoked to be in the backcountry with. This might be common sense to some of our audience, but it’s great to get the gears turning and thinking about avalanche safety as there is already skiable snow in parts of the Western U.S.